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the roads were filled with patriotic scoundrels demanding perpetual war which could never be funded by a low wage stamp economy. in the heart of downtown trickle we're just moments ago a suicide bomb went off right here on this street we report from iraq where hundreds of civilians have been killed this month the sunni insurgents ravaged through the country and authorities lose control. plus big business revolt american companies trying to push back white house plans to further sanctions on russia concerned they'll be locked down out of the country's markets and american neighborhoods as rules earns the increased deployment of swat teams and civil rights groups slamming the unit's aggressive military tactics.
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i welcome it's nice to have you company you're watching international. now the u.n. says nine hundred civilians have been killed in iraq since the beginning of this month when the islamic militant group isis started its advance recently they attacked one of the country's largest databases and seize control of several oil fields and in the contested city of co a suicide bomber left six people dead you see cuff milf witnessed be off the mosque. or in the heart of downtown cure cooper just moments ago a suicide bomb went off right here on this street now the details so far are barkeep but what we've heard from officials is that one man a suicide bomber was seen on the street wearing an explosive device as this he was actually aiming for the building down there it's a kurdish political party office apparently authorities had seen him they tried to
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intercept him and that is when he detonated his device now if you look around chaos this is late on a wednesday evening rush hour a lot of people in the streets. the car here completely destroyed this building also you can see there's down manch in the upper floors this must have been an incredibly powerful blast now if we walk the way we think this this blast really did happen so recently that they haven't had a moment to clean up the blood right here we don't know if this is. ok you probably get with. brooke. we're not exactly sure what's happening there some kind of a solution right now you can see there is kurdish authorities here trying to keep calm but again of this just took place now the background to all of this very hotly contested city that there are kurds arabs the sunnis shias christians turkmen this is a very violent city that has seen it many explosions many of clashes over the years
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since the isis the islamic state in iraq and syria militants made their push in northern iraq the iraqi army have essentially fled from these areas of the. the kurds to come in and take control a lot of people in the city are not happy about that and we're not sure whether this attack was retribution perhaps for the kurds we are starting their control over this territory if you want to claim this as their historic and cultural how little they. are. it's really not safe to be here are the authorities have been shooting their weapons into the air we're not sure what's going on but we're going to get out of here before any other tension erupts there hasn't even been a chance to verify the casualties verify exactly what was the target but we do believe that it was the kurdish political office yesterday we had a chance to speak with the governor of the province he said that this is a very very calm city that there haven't been problems with the at taps that security was actually getting better and one of the things that is very clear here
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from what we've seen today that that's far from the case the sea captain know. how to use continue to push through iraq because no part of society unaffected you know i was seeing footage apparently showing children joining the ranks of isis young boys is seen holding automatic rifles here while traveling with a convoy of rebels human rights watch claims that in syria isis fighters are already recruiting children snipers but their role in iraq has not been confirmed. by the u.s. has an official request from baghdad to launch air strikes in iraq but isis supporters have threatened to avenge any strike with attacks on americans you can get the details on this story as well as live updates on the ongoing crisis in iraq at r.t. dot com. now america's top business lobbies are ready to launch an ad campaign to stop the u.s.
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from slapping a fresh round of sanctions on russia washington's allies in europe echoing the threats but while the measures are designed to damage russia's economy they're also sending shivers through american companies artie's marina ports has this report. as the u.s. and its western allies consider a third round of economic sanctions against russia the two biggest u.s. business organizations are warning that the move would long lasting damage to america's economy the u.s. chamber of commerce and the national association of manufacturers reportedly plan to run advertisements in the new york times the washington post and the wall street journal saying the only effect of additional sanctions would be to bar u.s. companies from foreign markets and business opportunities to firms from other countries u.s. companies fear that even temporary targeted sanctions against russia would damage their export markets and poison relations with russian customers business leaders
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say potential restrictions on technology transfers would also harm u.s. energy companies that do business in russia this is precisely what moscow warned of back in march when foreign minister lavrov said any sanctions imposed on russia would come back to hurt the united states the white house told bloomberg news that the obama administration has had frequent conversations with business leaders on the issue and understands their concerns but that the u.s. can't just go on with business as usual now the obama administration is threatening to impose more sanctions on russia despite its recent steps to deescalate the crisis in ukraine at the request of president vladimir putin russian lawmakers voted tuesday to revoke legislation allowing for the use of military forces in ukraine however it seems the white house is still expecting and demanding more from moscow. washington d.c. . american companies risk losing
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a chunk of imports from russia these are the top three things they by the possibility of being cut off from russia's markets is also worrying america's business leaders u.s. energy giant exxon mobil has a nine hundred billion dollar deal with russia's ross neath hanging in the balance and six hundred million already invested j.p. morgan must also be holding its breath as the u.s. threatens to target the financial sector returned fifty six million dollars in investment banking fees in russia last year technology firm intel is also a keen investor spent around a billion dollars in russia over the last twenty years while the next set of sanctions could target russia's energy sector but that could also be a big blow to u.s. and european energy giants who have a lot of interest in russia some energy bosses were spotted at the latest petroleum congress in moscow where here is the c.e.o. of exxon mobil rex tillerson bob dudley was also there he's the head of british
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petroleum as was the boss of norwegian oil giant stat or a many who were there also said that they wanted to keep politics away from business but this is really going to work. it's developing. according to the conference we don't believe this kind of problems we want these some in the u.s. business community even fear a temporary sanctions could end up in long lasting damage for their russian exports economic expert from the university of massachusetts richard wolfe says american companies have good reason to be worried. the united states has direct an interest in direct investments in russia it has made plans to get access to russian energy it has made plans to get financial benefits by banking deals between russian banking and financial officials and americans and if it is
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russia there's a reaction against pressure from the united states then there are ways in which all kinds of companies in the united states will suffer losses we don't know how bad they'll be if we don't know how long they'll last but we haven't a global capitalist crisis right now and companies are very worried even about relatively small threats to their ability to function and that's particularly true with financial interests which is where the tensions with russia could have some effect. meanwhile ukraine's military has apparently been dealing with a false alert over a russian invasion the speaker of the country's parliament admitted that ukrainian intelligence had put the army on standby to fight russian invaders ten times last month he recalled sitting in the command post full readiness every time but as we know the invasion never happened so it looks like ukraine's intelligence service had made mistakes in their predictions at least ten times and that could also
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appear in parroting from washington that's been hugely relying on sources in kiev risk assessment of the situation. they just figures show the u.s. economy has suffered its worst performance of five years but unexpected help was quick to come in just a few minutes time see how the chinese billionaire is doing his bit to help the worst affected offering a fine dinner to new york's homeless people i'm promising to give each of them three hundred dollars. increase us police brutality towards the public again in ground a report by the american civil liberties union has revealed that seven people were killed and forty six injured as a result of swat operations over the last four years the teams that were designed to act in emergency situations beyond the capabilities of ordinary police have now developed into something different.
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eighty percent of the humans were raids on private homes hunting suspected criminals mostly drug data is less than ten percent of operations dealt with riots hostage taking another shooting scenarios which the department was initially created to deal with. and this nineteen month old baby is the youngest victim of the brutal tactics the squad burst into the boy's room and unwittingly threw a grenade into his car he's now in a medically induced coma fighting for his life the family spokesperson told anita now in more about the tragedy on in the night. this flash grenade was tossed into a room with four small children the tragedy of course was that it ended in the plague. but it was four small children that were living in this space where this explosive device was thrown there have been reports that there was no
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way to know that there were young children in this household so that is totally false what this raid and the situation with the family that you're representing say about the american police system about militarization who exactly are they arming up against we find statistically people of color people in low income areas and communities get a deal with this kind of blunt force if you're in any influential community or if you have any influence personally you tend to get a knock at the door or you've been a courtesy call same surrender. well the drugs which the swat team is searching for were never found the boy's parents are now demanding a federal investigation into what happened to their son who's not alone by the way a trickle will soon you can see here was holding her one year old baby but that didn't stop the police who opened fire after entering her house the baby was injured but survived the woman wasn't even a suspect and it was her boyfriend the police were all were after on suspicion of
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selling drugs and you restamp hear a sixty eight year old grandfather of twelve lay face down on the floor following orders when officers gun discharged and shot him in the head and again he wasn't a suspect and police were searching for his girlfriend's son a suspected drug dealer he was by the way detained minutes before swat broke into mr stamps home. we've got more news for you lined up after a quick break including hiding hate behind style later we report from germany on how far right movements are using image to gain even more popularity. so we leave the. bush and. your party is it.
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seems that no one is there with big big you deserve answers from. play. favorites leave the economic ups and downs in the final months day the london new york sang i and the rest look like it's going to be taking will be everything we can all say.
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i. come back now in june when the neo nazi movement is adopting new slick ways to recruit in fact their rapid hip make over has seen even the media calling the phrase to describe the. yes very. glossy movie thing they want is to give a trendy spin and cultivate a less threatening face from selfies on instagram with a map of germany nine hundred thirty seven hanging in the background to buzzing discussions on blogs they are trying to make now presence felt in the sneaker a more sophisticated way there's even an artsy cooking show and in each episode the chatty man he wearing ballet classes explain to us how to make and dishes
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journalist john rice from and share his thoughts on the next a trend but what's important to remember is that they're not a hipster they want to appear in just out on the street corner they're appearing not to demonstration and january twenty first and market work it was an attempt by the nazis to throw a march and there was a group trendy as they heard colorful sunglasses on they had these funny looking congress shoes with stars and piercings kind of fuzzy beards like there are so many jokes about them you want to they had a bag. please don't shove i've got a yogurt in my bag as long as no answers have been around the always been trying to copy the youth subcultures you know skinheads were originally kind of a proletarian youth culture you have in germany. has been. the way to start now to have three things going well like any other nazis you have one thousand five hundred people or more out on the street blockading in the night is actively sitting down preventing them from going on the on the route. just like
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all the other nazis. now what you do if you can't solve a problem why not make it legal the former british ambassador to afghanistan is calling on the government to legalize heroin saying they should recognise their defeat in the fight against drugs in the war torn country you can get more on this story at r.t. dot com and also there you're of why striker luis suarez has made the headlines isn't he getting his teeth stuck into his italian rival in the world cup match we look back at the history of other top athletes who didn't hesitate to buy their way to victory you can chew over those pictures in our video gallery on. the first quarter of the year brought bad news to the u.s. according to the latest figures the country's economy shrank nearly three percent and that's the worst performance since the crisis of two thousand and nine and it's in this climate that some of america's six hundred thousand homeless people have
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found an unlikely benefactor a chinese billionaire cheered them up with a gourmet meal and promises of welfare assistance and to see a choice as the details of the charity event sending the media into a frenzy as if the king of pop himself had come back to life because. the city of new york learned more at the central park boathouse stormed by t.v. crews he's backed up. already know all this to witness cheney's billionaire chen one known for his outlandish behavior holding a one million dollars lunch for the city's homeless. as entertainment chinese songs and volunteers in communist worker outfits and magic tricks by the self described most influential person of china as you heard anywhere all in disbelief or the name of the good near the all the first night of all the help i get a full page ad in the new york times this week to ramp up attention to this event
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has clearly served its purpose a lot on. we didn't come because of the fact that they don't want to see them they don't want me in promotional ads broadcast on stage chen is touted as the most beloved chinese role model among almost a dozen other titles the ads have advertised one thousand people giving away three hundred dollars to each person i think anybody would show up in central park for three hundred dollars in this day and age about two hundred homeless people were brought to the event on buses paid for by the magnate is saying. you know to come and do this but at the same time hey somebody's got to do it chen talked of weeks of sleepless nights to prepare for what he dubbed the love and gratitude charity work there so many people who are in need of help the goal to show that rich chinese people don't just throw away money on luxury the extravagant charity event is set to become a tradition with the eccentric chinese millionaire promising to return to the west
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every year to do what he can to help those in need to help those in need and make a name for himself in the states the promise of three hundred dollars per person was fulfilled for a lucky few in front of cameras instead of giving them three hundred dollars each he's donating ninety thousand dollars to the new york city rescue mission a disappointment for those attending each and every one of the homeless having counted on the cash that was promised to him told his guests to pick up their money at the city mission he would like. so we had to go to. see the world to keep his word this word was not kept the mission got the cash but it never reached the pockets of the homeless oh my god my dad so nice w. a r t. let's have a look at some other international news in brief several people have reportedly been injured when militants attacked a hotel in central somalia al qaeda linked insurgents from al shabaab say they are behind the assault witnesses say the fight is. the gate of the hotel then went
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inside and started shooting it is the same. in time in four months the hotel has been raided by insurgents who are trying to impose sharia law in the country an explosion in a shopping center in the nigerian capital has left twenty one people dead and wounded dozens more the blast happened an hour before the start of the national team's world cup match in brazil police say they have arrested one suspect no groups claim sponsibility for the attack but suspicion is lots of foreigners around this group boko haram has killed hundreds in bombings across the country since the start of the year. clashes have broken out between demonstrators and police during a national. scene in chile a fifteen thousand strong crowd marched through the streets of santiago demanding the government listen to them as it prepares education reforms police used heavy handed tactics to disperse the crowd the new president michel but she lay has already promised to make education more accessible but you need to say that changes
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don't go far enough. and a suicide bomber blew himself up in his room with a central beirut hotel when lebanese security forces raided the premises the raid was part of ongoing efforts to be she suspected militants in the country eleven people were injured as the explosion ripped through the building this is the second bombing to hit the lebanese capital in just two days. people in germany's borderlands are complaining of rising crime and insecurity with officials saying it's largely the work of gangs from eastern and southeastern europe and while the problem is not drawing much attention in berlin or brussels locals are turning to d.n.a. technologies to protect their own property party's peter oliver explains. the leafy streets of a pleasant german tell me outskirts of berlin it's an idyllic scene and one in which many to live in the dreams turning increasingly sour with the community no
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plagued by burglars. it's been real. for sixteen years since reunification we see more and more burglaries and it can take just three to four minutes to break you know be off the about it will close a european integration makes borders open it's with many locals here claiming it's contribution to the rice and crying. they are now so many ways to make a quick escape into another country major highways and country roads all cross borders making it harder to catch criminals. and lets. along there were over one hundred homes burgled in this area and more than four hundred cars broken into this edition got so bad we had to look for a new way to fight crime so to try and beat the burglars this town has turned to technology they're marking their property with a lot of made d.n.a. difficult going into this is synthetic d.n.a. every two both liquid is as unique as you fingerprint spirit any available dress
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completely clear want to show up on to you the light and threaded security to also contain staining my credentials that i looked at through this camera choose your id number so there's two ways of tracing a property each of the combinations created is added on to a database and assign to whoever uses the kit providing a personalized identification to one of the problems facing this town has been a rise in fifty four order over a short period of time last year they saw ninety satellite navigation devices of a similar make and model taken from cars what supporters of synthetic d.n.a. hope is that it will deter criminals by eliminating any potential market for their stolen goods so minor that there are to be clear advantages to vsto it makes it harder first to sell stolen property the second it house in the us to actually catch thieves out of an officer suspects something might be stolen they can shine
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a u.v. torch will recall it and if you close the d.n.a. code just needs to be. against the database many homes that are outside with the d.n.a. display one of the stick is to let any would be crooks know that if they try any pilfering from these premises the long arm of the law is backed up by technology that makes it impossible for them to get away without a trace the trail of a gemini. it's just gone twenty five pos one here in moscow we've got the kaiser opposed to coming up next. well going to the future. show thirty five can just bend over fifteen billion euros in full she says to reach one hundred fifty million degrees with uncle c'mon north
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to south from st petersburg to france we travel in search of the song. knowledge update we've got the future covered. his name was joseph he was nazi germany's minister of propaganda the myths that he created exist to this day. it was the gerbils propaganda was actually trying to denigrate other nations while at the same time raising ordinary german soldier steams who could. keep its. new precisely what the masses need to hear in order to make them follow him he was like the kite paper from the fairy tale who made the rats fall to the chin to spite . the myths created by the chief nazi ideologist bound for tal saw in the west we have to fight these myths today in memory of those who walked in the second world
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war. welcome to the kaiser report imax kaiser you know general macarthur once said americans never quit that was when there was something worth fighting for before a fraud was the only way of life posed a gold standard abandonment and bankruptcy before the population grew morbidly obese down in bargain cans of processed food bought at the company's store wal-mart
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where their food stamps what the furthest before the arrows were filled with patriotic scoundrels demanding perpetual war which can never be funded by a low wage high food stamp economy and now those americans who are abandoning ship like never before. yes max we've heard repeatedly of these americans who are fleeing america announcing citizenship but also corporations now american corporations are fleeing at the fastest rate ever the rush of firms fleeing america for tax reasons set to continue america is the land of immigrants but some of the biggest companies are keen to emigrate different abroad by high tax rates and america's worldwide system of taxation which grabs a share of their corporate profits the preferred method of exit is the tax inversion which uses a cross border merger generally one that also has some sort of industrial logic as a pretext for incorporating in
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a more tax friendly place the biggest firms to do this are health care and energy firms right right right right some some some kind of commercial logic attached to it they try to cloak what is obviously a tax dodge under some kind of commercial logic of course there was two major drug companies here in the u.k. involve u.s. u.k. involved recently pfizer nash's anak i am fives are the male imposed drug manufacturer erectile disfunction thats it. and astra zeneca yes who was the suitor who was the. obviously pfizer is an american corporation astra zeneca is a british corporation so it was seeking reasons that they are like the queen yeah and pfizer was like that man so they've got the erectile dysfunction drug going after the queen and the running around buck couse and the queen saying no no put that thing back in your trousers we're not going to allow this tax avoidance merger although i don't know why she would be against it didn't she just.


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